Kristin Ang, Policy Engagement Director, is a Filipino-American who grew up in Pierce County, Washington. She is a community advocate, Port of Tacoma Commissioner and Northwest Seaport Alliance Managing Member. She made history as the first person of color elected Port of Tacoma Commissioner, along with the historical endorsement of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians. She is on the Port’s environmental, DEI, and tribal liaison committees. She is also on the executive board of the Central Puget Sound Economic Development District. Kristin completed her business degree at the University of Puget Sound and law degree at Cornell Law School. She has been an advocate for sustainable development, civic engagement and human rights. For fun, Kristin plays piano and goes on culinary and historical travel adventures. She can be found at community events, festivals and concerts. She believes in the power of faith, hope and love. As policy engagement director, Kristin is excited to engage faith communities in fulfilling FAN’s mission of building a just, compassionate and sustainable world.